Jianxiong Xiao (Professor X)

Assistant Professor

Department of Computer Science
Princeton University
35 Olden Street, Room 409
Princeton, NJ 08544
Email: jianxiong [dot] xiao [at] gmail [dot] com

Students call me Professor X. If you want to know more about my actual name:
       How to pronouce it? (click the [Speaker] button at the bottom left corner to hear the sound)
       In the Wade-Giles system of romanization, it is rendered as Chien-Shiung Hsiao.
       In Chinese characters, it is 肖健雄 (Simplified) or 蕭健雄 (Traditional).

NEW: After three wonderful years at Princeton, I am very excited to announce that I am moving to Silicon Valley to start my new venture. This website will no longer be updated. Please check my new website at http://www.jianxiongxiao.com. I will no longer take any student or intern at Princeton. If you are interested in working with me in my company (full-time/intern), please send me an email.

Brief Bio:

Jianxiong Xiao is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University and the founding director of the Princeton Computer Vision and Robotics Labs. He received his Ph.D. from the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2013. Before that, he received a BEng. and MPhil. in Computer Science from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2009. His research focuses on bridging the gap between computer vision and robotics by building extremely robust and dependable computer vision systems for robot perception. In particular, he is a pioneer in the fields of 3D Deep Learning, RGB-D Recognition and Mapping, Autonomous Driving, Deep Learning for Robotics, Big Data, and Large-scale Crowdsourcing. His work has received the Best Student Paper Award at the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV) in 2012 and the Google Research Best Papers Award for 2012, and has appeared in the popular press. Jianxiong was awarded the Google U.S./Canada Fellowship in Computer Vision in 2012, the MIT CSW Best Research Award in 2011, and two Google Faculty Awards in 2014 and in 2015 respectively. More information can be found at: http://vision.princeton.edu or http://robots.princeton.edu.

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